2018 Trail Projects
The City of Fort Wayne’s Greenways began as part of the Parks and Recreation Division. From 1975 to 2005 the Parks Division built the 20 mile Rivergreenway. In 2005, the current City Greenways and Trails Department moved to the Public Works Division, a fitting move as the community’s view of trails shifted from recreation to active transportation.
The move helped the City increase its trail miles from 20 miles in 2005 to nearly 73 miles today. Of the 73 City miles – the City designed and constructed nearly 54 miles. An additional 19 miles were built in the City limits by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), Allen County, Aboite New Trails, housing developers, medical facilities and universities. The Trail Network in Allen County connects another 23 miles to the City’s trails.
|Washington Center Rd.||North Oaks Blvd.||Former railroad corridor|
|Stellhorn Rd.||Maysville Rd.||Wheelock Rd.||Part of the Maysville Road Enhancement project.|
|State Blvd.||Clinton St.||Spy Run Ave.||Part of the State Boulevard Phase I & II
|Former railroad corridor||Ludwig Rd||Washington Center Rd|
|Clinton Street||State Blvd.||Fourth St.|
|Maysville Rd.||Stellhorn Rd.||Meijer Dr.||Part of the Maysville Road Enhancement project|
|Lake Ave.||Beacon St.||Hobson Rd.|
|Hanna St.||Pontiac St.||Rudisill Blvd.|
|Dupont Rd.||Lima Rd.||Coldwater Rd. &
|Part of the Dupont Road